British Modern AFV Bin set
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A set of 14 resin 1/35th scale closed bins (2 each of 7 types), reseached and designed by Tim Babb, Jon Bottomley & Derek Hansen, frequently added to many modern British AFV’s, such as FV432 CET CVR(T) Warrior and Challenger particularly during the Gulf War of 1990/91.